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F7 5 i j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEVVsI VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA At1AIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1901 NUMBER 49 FOSLUFFIOE DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster oaoeli3Ur weokda78700 a m to 980 pm COURT DIRECTORY Q ooiiOotJRTThreo sessions a yearThird Mondayinjanuary third Monday in May and third Monday In September Circuit Jadge W W Jones Commonwealth AttorneyN H W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Clerk JnoBCoffey County GonaiPlrst Mondaylneachmont- hJudgo7W BnUer County AttorneyJaeGrrnettJr- OlerkT B 8 tulU JlilerS1L Mitchell seeasorO A Bradshaw Surveyor R T McCaffrec SchooISuptW Jones Coroner Leonard Pletche- r7txi0ooarRegalarconrt second Monday In ach month idgeJ W Atkins orney ordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BOBMTILM JttrRtT T P Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays u each month Sunoayschool at every iabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night OBXSVILMI BBiReT W P Gordon pastor Services lint Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST Bov W B actor Services third Sunday ineach month iandayschol every Sabbath at 9am Prayer nee ting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN PiraEld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No P ndA MBegn ar meeting In their ball over bank on Fri dayalehton or before the full moon In each month OAKBMP WM T B STCITS See R A No7 meets lint Monday night In each month JBHP W W Secret- aryCarriage t New and agon Shop L 0I have leased the R C Eubank shop and will give twiage Wagon Wotfk special attention Work done I by me will be firstclass Pro workF Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCKPropo liTheabove Hotel has been re fltted repainted and is now ready for tfiB comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best t themarketaffords Rates reasonable Seed sample room Feed stable at attached FOIHDS floss Belting PACKING IBOJIJEB TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies THE AHRENS OTT MFG 00 ij i 325329 Main SL jouisville Kentucky ARSON MOSS i v CO BLACKSMITHS to WOODWORKERS UfBL ILEN1tUUECY We are prepared to do any kind of work Jn If line in firstclass order We haven in the business for 25 years and know bow to do work Our prices arc as low J and terms as reasonable Iny firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give all Shop near Columbia Mill On lea favorite ilorteysDttlo Liver for Bilious People are the lading ito because they are small and do their Work quietly fectnallj One ft eSoldbi Ii Osteopathy Dr A C Foster a graduate of the Southern School of Osteopathy is now located in Columbia for the practice of his profession Osteopathy is comparatively new in this part of the State but having been practiced in other parts of the United States for more than twentyyears I judge most every one has heard of its wonderful success with cases that heretofore have Bean incurable by other systems of healing Osteopathy treats most all forms of chronic cases known to be curable and some that were thought to be incurable before the days of Osteopathy It has attained a most enviable reputa Lion in the treatment of fevers most especially tvphold Osteopathy bears no relation whatever to Christian Set ence Magnetic healing or faith cure but is scientific being based upon thorough knowledge of the principles of anatomy and physiology Those who are suffering with diseases from which they can get no re lief by the use of drugs would do well to investigate the possibilities of Oo teopathy In the cure of disease Consultation and examination can be had free by calling upon mOfficeKentucky Hogs and Corn The shortage of the corn crop in the drouth section Is likely to interfere with the plans and profits of the hog raiser While in the past years W3 have been long on corn and short on hogs thsyear wearelikely to be short on corn and long on hogs What must be done under the circumstances must be decided by each individual in the light of the conditions existing on his own farm We urge farmers not to become panicky nor to sacrifice hogs until they are sure that this sacrifice is necessary Hogs are high now and the drouth by decreasing the amount of feed and in many sections forcing immature hogs on the market will maintain high prices for a year to come We hear of buyers who are willing to contract hogs for January 1 at 6 cents a pound atthe station This may be taken as their judgment of the price that hogs will bring It the great strike now in progress should continue for several months so that laboring men will not have the means to buy pork to to eat It would have the effect of decreasing the price but in view of the high prices that have prevailed for the past year it will require some very serious disaster in the commercial world to reduce the de mand and the price In the drouthstricken sections wheat and rye at current prices are likely to be about as cheap feed as corn for hogs np to within the last six weeks or two months of feeding Dur ing this latter period there is no feed on the farm as cheap as corn at the price and corn should be fed unhesitatingly to hogs in the finishing stages The farmer need have no hesitation in feeding fiftycent corn to hogs fur which he can expect cents a pound when fattened They have been grown to some extent on grass and he is as likely to make as much money feeding 50cent corn to 6 cent hogs as in feed Ing25centcornto4centhogs Where farmers are growing sorghum they can save a good deal of money by feeding it freely to hogs in connection with screenings or cheap wheat or rye Farmers should not by any means sacrifice their best brood sows Each individual can very safely conclude that a large sacrifice will be made and that good brood sows will bring large money next spring if sold and large profits if bred judiciously and kept over another year The serious one but it is not nearly so serious as many that all our readers have seen The bright feature of it is the assured high price of hogs and the probability that that there will be muchless cholera this year than in the years pa tA short corn crop usually means a small amount cholera In the hog sectlonsWallaces Farmer Stood Death Off EBMuaday a lawyer of Henrietta Tex once fooled a nravedigger He sailsy brother was very low wit pereand he was soon much better but con tinned their use unti he was wholly cured I am sure ElectrIc Bl tterS say ed hjs life tfhis remedy expels mat aria kills disease germs and purifies the blood aids digestion regulates the liver kidneys nd bowels cures con stipation dyspepsia nerve lul diseases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect healths Only too it T EPaulls drugstore f J Durbin Investigating Indianapolis Ind Oct6Among the letters that Gov Durbin has eived from persons protesting against the extradition of W S Taylur and Chas Finley of Kentucky are a number which charge that the refugees could not get a fair trial because the system under which juries are Jmpan peled in Kentucky enables the author ties to select a jury prejudiced in favor of or against the defendant as may be desired It is charged that while the law on its face is fair it is unfair in practice and that Taylor and FInley- no matter how Innocent of the crime with which they are charged would certainly be convicted The representations haveso impressed the Governor he hassent an agent to Kentucky to investigate the methods of drawing and impaneling juries in that State and has charged him to make the Investigation thorough and report the facts fully as he finds them The Governors agent will keep his secret and only the persons he K in Kentucky will know what the Investigations are for It is said that the Governors agent Is a lawyer and well equipped for the mission he has undertaken to perform Gov Durbin may se n d Merrill Moores Deputy Attorney General of Indiana to make the investigation That it will be Mr Moores is a sur mise but the information comes from a reliable source It is said prominent Republicans will meet the man sent and offord him e ery facility for learn ing the truth about the jury system Gov Durbin ibis said believes that if the bipartisan method of selecting juries in Indiana was in vogue in Ken tucky there would be less hesitancy in sending Taylor and Finley back for trial Punish for Treachery President Roosevelts determina tion to Impose a swift and stern retri butlon on the Filipino insurgents in the island of Samar who recently mas sacreed almost an entire company of the Ninth regular infantry is justified by the tragic facts in the case Surprising the American troops was accomplished purely by treachery The condition of war did not exist in Sa mar There was no enemy to be guarded against Our soldiers were occupy ing the territory while the American civil government was being established The natives had professed friend ship for them and content with Amer ican rule It is reasonably certain that the amigos thus professing friend ship one day were the insurrectos who massacred the Americans the nextIt is Imperative that an example be made of these Samar murderers If this is not done and thoroughly done the fate which overtook Company Cot the Ninth regulars one of the best regiments in our service will surely overtake other American soldiers in the Philippines As it is every mal content in the Philippines is gloating over the great Filipino victory against American arms They will be tremendously encouraged by the bloody feat of the Samar tribe They must be promptly discouraged by the punishment Inflicted upon that tribe It is announced from Washington that Gen Cbaffee will be Instructed to begin a strenuous campaign in Samar It is likely that Cbaffee will do his full duty in the premises Considerations of justice as well as a proper regard for the prestige of American arms de mand this performance of duty The American people will applaud the per formance Came Year Dying For three days and nights I suffer ed agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Centervllle Iowa I thought I would surely d ie and tried a dozen different medicines but all to nopurpose Jsentforabotr tie of Chamberlains ColicrCboleraand rahp and did not awake for eight hours On awakening few hours ago I felt so gratified that the first work I do going to the office is to write to the manufacturers this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God bteee youand the splendid medl cineyou make This remedy Is for sale bloK Cravens Quarterly meetiag of the M E Church South wills to held at Case Valley the i9ttta Baote of this Booth A ChristtnasTragedy A reader of the Courier Journal sends the following from the Courier Journal about twenty years ago Age nas not spoiled the fine flavor of the story Up in Clay county uuce upon a time aChnsCtuas frolic ended in a tragedy says the Richmond Register Old McsJPillpott was a witness Tell us about the flghij said the lawyer I never seed no fight replied the old lady Well then tell us what you did see remarked the lawyer In a careless sort of way thinking she knew nothing Mrs Pillpott moved her sunbonnet back lit her pipe and proceeded Cy Sewell ho give a Christmas dance and me and a whole lot of others was Char Theboysandgalsgottodancing and as the boys went danciu round and round they got to slappin1 each other an finally one boy he slapped another boy too hardharder than he loud toan knocked him down An the boy what got knocked down heI jumped up an jerked out a great big knife dout long as your arm an whacked the teller that knocked him down right across the middle from sidu to side An then the brother of the feller what got cut he pulled a British bulldog bout the size of a ham an he let go six 44s right squar at the feller that had the knife an jes then Bill Smiley Bills a cousin of Jake llayues whatgot shot come runnin onon old man SewcUs room with a doublebarrel shotgun an let off both barrels into the crowd an old man Sewell he got excited and jerked a Winchester rifle outn from under the bed an went to pumpin lead into tbejgaog an by that time the house was full o smoke an flashing anhol lerin an I seed that was goin to be a fight an I left the house Courier Journal The Ideal Master The Grand Master of Utah has this to say about the authority and desirable qualifications of a Worshipful Master The ancient regulations have bestowed upon the Master of a lodge the power of a king and if he uses the power intelligently and zealously the lodge and the craft in general will be ben J1tted by it In my opinion the brother who occupies the oriental chair should be able to confer the grees of Ancient Craft Masonry correctly according to the standard adopted by the Grand Lodge but he should also be versed in Masonic history and capable explaining to the brethren the meaning of the various symbols connected with those degrees He should be familiar with the bylaws of his lodge the laws of the Grand Lodge and the general regulations of Masonry and when presiding should enforce themWhen the lodge is at labor he should inslst that dignity and decorum are ob served and should not permit hilarity heated discussions or any debates by which the peace and harmony of the lodge might be destroyed He should reconcile brethren among whom con tentions exist He should be firm In his rulings not hasty and overbearing but courteous He should welcome visitors and extend to them the warm band of a brother Mason He should always bear in mind that Masonry is labor and that no Mason can attain any distinction among the Craft unless he is a faithful laborer and Masonic student He should be prompt in attendance a nd insist upon a like promptitude on the part of his fellow officers and all the brethren The distressed and needy of his lodge should never apply to him In vain his heart should always be warm and be should ever bear in mind that the greatest of all is charity But above all he sbould be himself a per feet gentleman moral true and up right in hIs daily walks of life be should be without reproach and should ever deport himself so that bis breth ren can point to him with pride and that his fellow citizens must honor and respect him A brother with these qualifications will be an Ideal Master brethren Have you found such a Mas ter If you have reelect him again and again and as often as he is willing to serve your lodge in the high am honorable statioa of Worshipful Mas ter FOR SALX Three shoats will weigh from 100 to 300 pounds BittieSalth GMdfville Ky The Goldman Woman Eiuma Goldman from whom Czol gosz says he received the impulse to murder the President isabout 35 years od the daughter of a Russian tailor Without cd ucation she was brought up in a hotbed of anarchy near Koona In to this country seventeen years ago and married a man by the name of Gruenebaum with whom she himIa Louis Bernstein an anarchist to this city Since then she has had many partners disregard of the marriage tie being part of her doctrine Assuming the name of Goldman she joined an anarchistic group known as the Pioneers of Liberty Her language was so violent that they expelled her She associated herself later with the German anarchists and wrote signed articles for DieFreheitrJohn Mosts paper She quarreled with Most and on December 13 1892 lashed him with a whip as he was about to speak In Odd Fellows Hall- Alexander Berkman with whom she lived shot Henry C Frick at the Cars negie works Both she and Berkman then joined the extreme wing of the anarchists She made her living by speaking She was arrested for Incit- Ing to riot In 1893 and served a years term on Blackwells Island While there she began to study medicine and took a degree after her release She left this city several months ago She speaksseverallanguages buther tirades are merely denunciations of capital and the laws of society without logic or ar umentNewYorkHerald Lack of Uniformity- The traveled Mason realizes how entirely dissimilar is the ceremonial rit ualism of the symbolic lodges of the United States There are no two juris dictions at present using the same ritual and so much do they differ that the bright worker in one Slate could not and hardly would attempt to help out in the degree work of another State That this should not be the condition all Masons agree but none can point the remedy because there is not and probably never will be a general governing body of sym bolic Masonry in this country Refer ring to this subject Past Grand Master Daniel McDonald Chairman of tile Committee on Correspondence of In diana says in his last annual report Within the tiled precincts of the lodges we have found more difference In the ceremonial ritual than in almos- any other department of the order Almost every jurisdiction wants a ritual peculiar to itself and very fe Grand Lodges ever succeed in arrang ing a work that satisfactorily and so committees on ritual and Grand Lecturers are continually tinkering with it making it utterly impossible that uniformity will ever be reached If there is anything that should be the same everywhere it is the ritual The work in every jurisdiction should be the same and every Mason should be made exactly the same Judging from what we have been able to observe of the ceremonies in some jurisdictions it would be difficult for one to deter mine whether he was ia a Masonic Odd Fellows or Knights of Pythias Lodge Cures Blood Poison and Cancer Eating sores swellings falling hair mucous patches ulcers scrofula ach- Ing bones and joints itching skin bolls pimples etc by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B made especially to cure malignant blood aad skin troubles B B B heals every sore and makes the blood pure and rich Over 3000 cures of worst and most obstinate cases by taking B B B Druggists 81 Describe trouble and trial bottle sent free by writing to Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga The Yellow River is styled the Sorrow of China During the last century it has changed its source twentytwo times and flows Into th sea through a mouth 600 miles dIstant from that of 100 years ago It Is estimated that its floods in the present century hr ve cost China110000001ives A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes DrA Kellet of Williford Ark His toot was badly crushed but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for Burns Bolls Plies and all skin eruptions Its the worlds champion healer Ogre gHaraateed f25c Sold bv TE Panll r Kentucky Saw Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky V Belting Emery Wheels L oggingrPulleys Shafting and Hangers Factoryr and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings 1 Saws repaired promptly by skilled work men I Long Distance Phone 502 J Jl We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this I and adjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed tv GO TOLll HKLJL9 FOR Tin Roofing Guttering Repairing COOK STOV ES WELL CASINGS AND rSAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Furniture Furniture It =We keep in stock Bedsteads from up Wardrobes Tables Safes Kitchen Cabf MH inets and some Elegant Suits of Furniture V it iWSil Dressed Lumber and Moulding All ornamental wood workused in building H Our prices are at the bottom Como and examine our goods Columbia Furniture Pianino Mill Go Harness and Saddles 1 j L Remember that I keep a good stock of good ftockjif Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness y u cjint tbesuited in my ready made line I am prepaid t niaj exactly what you want I sell the FISHEH BUGGY blgkywrobes whips eta yUJ wtiJj CI1Rr v Columbia Kentucky ussEiiii SPRINGS HOTEL KIMBLE kY t Is now open for the traveling public the year roii It is a large commodious build log as the picture in i dicates and is run first cbais in every particular q6o VAUGHAN GRAHAMPro LIBERTY COLLEGE GLASGOW KY TwenfySewnlii Session Begins Septat Faculty of ten competent instructors LIterary lruSi Art Elocution Business and Normal Department Equipped with firStclass teachers Glasgow free from saloons location beautiful and healthful Ttmts reasonable For catalogues and particulars apply to PresidenteA M Vice President THE l AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY JIncorporated lCAPITA TOOK 25o00 ofiMPlUSt fig r 12500000 Jm PAiD 1 200000 00 AMnft III oofWfitfiAMj HOME O UUUMOT6M XT M FYI TO 8IT4Gi ii Milft j S TRH llAIR COUNTY NBWS Wednesdayrl1air Ounty News o- CrIA IINCOI I JtATgD H IUARItIN Editor utlIspailsr Ioyolell to the Intert ne1toratlo J ofthe city ofOolumbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties nteredattheColumbiaPostoccassecond clas mall matter SURSCRWTN JblTEB- OVEvI AR 100 tUX MONTHS too sTRIOTLYIN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY OCT 16 Democratic Ticket For State Senator r ISAAC A STORY T For County Judge J P DOHONEY SB County Attorney JAS GARNETT JR SheriffDR J S P MILLERI County Court Clerk P T OOOLEXI Jailerti S H MITCHELL Assessor rJEFFRIES Surveyor t f R T McOAFFREE Coroner LEONARD FLETCHER SuperintendentIJOHN W FLOWERS rThe entire Democratic ticket for city offices of Nashville won in a + walk There is talk that Yerkes will go into the Cabiaet when the shake up comes Hon D G Cclson has been nominated by the Republicans to rep resent the Ninetythird district in t tho Kentucky lLorenzo Legislatures Presi dent of the Mormon Church diedI1 oQsudenlyat Salt Lake City lust ny He was 87 years old YTho new President is sending i out bids for votesappointing rsore headed Democrats to office That is all it means j nothing more Dr Chas A Tutt a negro isI t making the race for the Legisla ture in the Fitieth district Louisville It is said that he has quitej a f llowingIAfter being actively in the serI vice for forty years Rear Admiral Scbley went on the retired list last Wednesday Ho is now sixtytwo years of age The monthly crop report of the rCommiesionerofAgricultareehowea all parts of the State during Sep fenibr The most marked ad vance was in tobacco Late corn t lost slightly JJt i Six men robbed tho Harrods r1iLurg post ofeo before day Satur idaymorning andmade an attempt t t Jrto enter tho Mercer County Na c ff tlO al Batik but wore run off by r two officers who opened fire u them ou The burglars returned the fiw fgiven out from Washington jEyPreflident Roosevelt is very anxious to bring Itie waring Re toPpositonSthat a house cannot stand divided against itself and may ask Exr GOT Bradley to assist him in ibli4c j Speaking about the importance of the coming election it is proba bly well enough to recite whatwill follow A United States Senator two Prison Commissioners and a State Librarian are to be elected The new Legislature will be required to redistrict the State in to Congressional judicial and jog islutive districts hence the politi cians are very much interested in the complexion of the next legis lature It is conceded that the House of Representatives will be Democratic by from 25 to 40 ma jority while the Senate will be very close There are 19 hold over Senators seven Democrats and eleven Republicans Barrel is a hold over but it is not time to count him He is n star per former and never acts until the the boards are up Mr Isaac A Story of Clinton county is the Democratic candidate for th eState Senate in ths district to be voted for at the November election We publish his name in the Democrat ic ticket and commend him to the voters throughout the district as a gentleman worthy of their support and confidence In the short time that remains between now and the election Mr Story will ho unable to see all the voters but no Dem ocrat should forget him on the day of the election Mr Story is well informed upon all the leading questions of the day and should he be selected as the State Senator from the counties of Adair Cum berland Clinton Russell and Wuyne he will look after the terests of the whole people Some business men in order to give their places a little extra no toriety are responsible to a great xteut for crime At least their notions are very encouraging to men who are given to perpetrating crimes Cole and Jim Younger the notorious bank robbers andI murderers who were recently released from the Minnesota PeniI tentiary are holding good jobs in Stillwater and their service are in demand They were in Colum bia in 1872 robbed the bank and murdered its cashier Mr R A C Martin Such men should not be encouraged but when they are put behind the walls for life there they should remain Up to last Saturday night ten jurors in the Caleb Powers case now on trial ut Georgetown had been accepted by both sides A special venire of seventyfive men from Bourbon county were to ar rive early Monday morning from which to select the other two jurors It is safe to say that at this writing the taking of testimony has commenced and the case will now be pushed to a finish Judge Cintrill will hold court day and night in order that there may not 1a mistrial Powers didnot want to go into trial and his at torneys fought hard for a contiu uauco President Roosevelt has pur chased three horses a landau a broughan aud a Victoria The car riage and horses are expected to arrive at the Capital this week They were obtained in New York through the Presidents brother inlaw Douglas Robinson TheI saddle horses of himself and wife are already in Washington T- he4GovernmentSecretary to the President andoth White House officials All the horses and carriages belonging to the late President have been sent back to Canton The South Carolina InterState and West Indian Exposition will be held in the city of Charleston fromDecember 1 1901 to June 1 1902 HbnMHKhorer of Mid dlesborough is the Commissioner from Kentucky and to him we are indebted for a magazine showingf the grounds buildings is not a more suitable place for a mid winter exposition than Charleston and the city will be visited by thousands and thousands of people The next Kentucky Legislature will be the most important oneI held for years The State is to be redistrioted and a United States Senator is to be elected From the knowledge we gather from pa pers all over the State the Demo crats will have a majority in the Legislature and will of course elect the next Senator There are four announced candidates for Sen ator and Charley Bropstou is pip hmLJ J r 7j trt t c WHAT THE CENSUSSHOW TheffusLacensus report on the population by sex general nativity and color of the several States and territories was issued today This last bill letin of the series toners the entire country ItSliows that the males number 8905942I jabd constitute 572 per cent of thetptal popula tion in 1900 while the females number 87244146 There is a slightly larger pWpdrtipn of fe males now than ten years ago There is a difference in favorer males at the present census of 1815097 as compared withan ex eras of males for theequivalent area in 1890 of 1560870 There has been an increase in total pop ulation of 18288631 or 21 percent since 1890 made up of 6744179 males and c6489452 fe males representing an increase in males of 209 per cent and femal s 211 per cent There are 65848802 native born persons and 10460085 foreign born persons the latter element constituting 187 per cent of the total population in 1900 against 148 per cent ten years ago The foreign born show an absolute increase during the decade of 1151 994 while the native born have in creased in ten years 12981637- As to color and race the population in 1900 is made upof 66990 802 white persons and 9812585 colored persons the latter figure comprising 8840789 persons of negro descent 119050 Chinese 85986 Japanese and 266760 Indiana The corresponding figures for 1890 showed a total of 55166 184 white persons 7488788 per sons of negro descent 126778 Chi nese 14899 Japanese and 274607 IndiansThe element constitutes 122 per cent of the total popula tion in 1900as against 125 per cent in 1890 The white population shows an increase since 1890 11 824618 or 214 percent and the colored element as a whole 1409018 or 178 per cent There has been an increase during the past tea years in persons ofne gro descent of 1352001 or 181 per cent The native white element has increased 233 per cent and the foreign whites only 122 per cent Since 1890 The native white ele ment of foreign parentage has increased relatively twice as fast as the native whites of native paren tage The indications are that Hon J B McCreary is far in the lead for United States Senator There are four Democratic candidates and one of the four will succeed Dr Deboe While Mr MoCreary is the favorite at this time he should remember that a combination could knock him higher than a kitoand there is always a dis position for the weak to combine against the strong McCreary however has an eye to business and in all probability will be at the knocking The State Board of Valuation aud Assessment has adopted a ba sis upon which the franchise valuation of the various life insurance companies doing business in Ken tucky shall be determined The decision will be contested by the attorneys for the companies who will argue the matter before the board The question as to wheth the franchise law applies to the insurance companies will be tested in the courts The monthly crop report of the Department of Agriculture shows that on October 1 the average con dition of corn for the entire coun try was the lowest ever reported being 521 as compared with 818 the mean of October averages for the past ten years There was an improvement in the condition of tobacco during September and on October 1 the condition was goner above the average The search by Ottoman troops for Miss Stone the captured missionary has been abandoned for fear she shall be killed Arrangements are being made to pay the ransom demanded A second appeal for money has beenissued only half Of the 110000 asked by the briganda has been subsribed Mad Anna dis de Bar who is now being tried in London England for inciting young girls to ruin is a daughter of Prof J 0 Solomon a music teacher She was born in Harrodsburg Ky She went to mil early in life and at this time hu nliiiitbruatioiial reputation formeauY ti Ir Mrs J A Witwera widow liv ing inDayton Ohio has beenar rested charged with murdering fourteen persons The list in chides four husbands five chil dren one sister and four members of different families She has a mania for administering poi son Probably a jury will now put a stop to her pastime by breaking her neck Tho trial of Caleb Powers charged with being implicated in the plot to murder Senator Goe bel is now on at Georgetown The defense made a desperate effort for a continuance but all motions were overruled md the trial begun last Thursday uight It is a three Weeks term and the whole of it will be taken tiP in trying the case The census report on the population of the Uuithnl States bysex nativity aud culnrf shows that the malt outnumber the females by 12 pr cpit During the last ten year tt negro population has increase 181 per cent and the for eigiiborn element has increased 124 per cent GRADYVILLE W B Rowe passed through here last Saturday enroute f Glasgow J W Walker of Green burg was hero one day last week Oharley Murrell representing The Adair County News was with our people last week Prof J H NelI has been on the sick list Drs Golden Woodards of Canmer Occulist spent one day in our city last week Mr John Dohoney and family passed through here last week en route for Edmonton to attend the funeral of Garnett Beauchamp Rev W P Gordon of Colum bia spent one day here last week S R Walker and family of Nell visited the family of J D Walker Saturday night Remember next Saturday is the Teachers Association here and all are expected tocome up with their part of the work G H Nell was in Greensburg last week buying and shipping stock to the Louisville market H A Walker sold a nice lot of cattle to J P Dohoney of Cane Valley to be delivered in November at 8SMr Sam Lewis and son of Co lumbia were here last week buy ing produce from our merchants H A Walker bought of Arthur Bradshaw and son five head of cattle for 140 u1 The woods have been full of candidates for the past week and both parties claim they will win Gradyville has not by a means got all of the rough riders If you could have attended church at Union a night or so of last week you would have thought there are oth ers addicted to the same G T Flowers and P C McCaf frey are attending the grand lodge at Louisville Mr P Corbin has a bible in his house that is 112 years old Mr Corbin informed us that the good old book of books had been well preserved and that it contains four orfive more writings than later ver bions It has been handed down for generations W M Wilmore and daughter Miss Clara accompanied by Mrs Helen Wilmore are in Louisville They are buying a Fall stock of goods for the firm of Wilmore Moss 5 The series of meetings that is conducted by Mrs Woosley at Un ion church is progressing nicely There have been several profes s otis and the church and community greatly revived The mist has been cleared away as to tha reality of women occupying the Sacred desk We verily believe there are souls tbatcan be reached through their preaching that can not be otherwise We bid them God speed wherever they go IStUD Bya Centipede Mrs Thos Saunders Bluflton Tex was stung by a centipede A doctor was sent lor but before he arrived some sensible friend wet a piece of brown paper with Horleys Wonderful Eight and 1l1edlt to the wound The doctor sold his services were not need for the poison was neutralized or killed by the Wonderful Eight Mrs S did not suffer fron the wound Sold fey agent IB eT ry town 1 1 1 FONT 1Uw M L Shepherd and Squire Hopper Sr attended the fiscal courtat James townJ BryauStone C A n Hammond and B F Lawless were in our midst Oct 9lh Born to the wife of S B Rexroat a son Oct 8th weight 9 pounds W S Rexroat went to Somerset on business Oct 8 M R Foley and a Mrs Owens were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Oct 10th Teachers Association Program of Teachers Association to beheld in Magisterial district No1 at Knltley October 26 t Devotional exercises Music by Knifley class Welcome address R A Hovious Response R E Montgomery Object of teachers association and the benefit derived therefrom W D value of education C E Willis Define the study of civil govern meat methods of teaching which should be taught first national or state constitution E G Hardwick Miss Lucy Coffey Effects of alcohol tobacco and other narcotis on the blood and nervous system C M Murrell Desired end In teaching J W Flow ersSelect reading Miss Mary Holladay Howbest teach interest and percentage Plato Wade Bow teach reading to beginners Mrs SL Williams Noon music betaught in the pub lie schools Miss Sue Baker Recitation Miss Docia Wade How ventilate a school room and the importance of teaching physical cul ture in the common schools Dr J C teachers spirit Jas Judd Recitation Miss Birdie Farris Is the knowledge of grammar net es sary to the correct useof language V Miss Estelle Willis Education of the common school teacher a A Coffey The correct training of the child the problem of the present S L Coffey Recitation Miss Carrie Harmon What Is successful teaching Forest Debate Resolved that there should be an an educational qualification for suffrage Affirmative C E Willis Plato Wade John Flowers Negative W D Jones EG Hardwick S L Coffey Music ESTKLIE WILLIS Seca Osteopathy Dr A C Foster a graduate of the Southern School of Osteopathy is now located in Columbia for the practice of his profession Osteopathy is compar atively new in this part of the State but having been practiced in other parts of the United States for more than twenty years I judge most every one has heard of its wonderful success with cases that heretofore have bean incurable by other systems of healing Osteopathy treats most all forms of chronic cases known to be curable and some that were thought to be incura ble before the days of Osteopathy It has attained a most enviable reputa tion in the treatment of fevers most bealSIence Magnetic healing or faith cure but is scientific being based upon thorough knowledge of the principles of anatomy and physiology Those who are suffering with diseases from which they can get no re lief by the use of drugs would do well to investigate the possibilities of Oo teopathy In the cure of disease Consultation and examination can be had free by calling upon DR A C FOSTER Office m Marcum Hotel Columbia Kentucky Came Year Dying For three days and nights I suffered agony untold from au attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Gent rvllle Iowa thought I would surely die and tried a dozen different medicines but all to nopurpose I sent for a bot tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera anbV Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses re llevcdme entirely I went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a few hours ago I felt so gratified that thaflrst work I do on gong to the office is to write to the manufacturers of this remedyand offer them my grateful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medl cine you make This remedy is for ale y M Cravens IIf you want to invest some money in the Columbia Oil Co call onor write Wni E Jeii rlsaor any ineiibmrof thee c6mpByiu tills t i COMPLETE LINE OF Coffins and Caskets FROM 250 UP I am prepared to meet the needs in this line on short notice My stock is new and uptodate H OFBBSB Columbia Ky South East Corner of Public HARRY B PYNE W ILLS BRENTLINGE t1AliMANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS SecondMrfand and New HAVE Square fiachineryOIL ALL DESCRIPTIONS Wfce anti Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = Q Kentucky Columbia I A R High School COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 01856 0SESSION OF 1901 1902 IGtliYEAJl OPENS SEP 23 19O1 o New Faculty New Equipment New and complete course of study preparing for teaching college Normal methods of instruction improved building PRINCIPALS CIIAIU ENDOWED For catalogue terms other information address PROF MBW GRANGER Columbia Ky Established 1827 MARBLE GRANITE I A IN or or FOR + SHLS II X3 WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY ETC OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND TAKEN IN TRADE Watches and Jewelry repaired also for the trade We send our illustrated cntalocgue free to anyone ending us their address Reference this paper IRION GIKAEDET CO 404 W fllark ot Ituifille Fret eJsy ENTERPRISE OTEL1LOUISVILLE KY Best 310O per day Hote in the city Absolute Satis faction Guaranteed The patronage of Merchants Farmers and Tobacco Growers is Solicited Chas F Gans Bro Proprietors CORCORAR DAESY PROPRIETORS OFT Lebanon Marble Works LEBANON KY Manufacturers and dealers In all kinds of s m l O III PRICES LOW WORK OTTuftuK AJSTTSSD Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever tiered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foutdticn fronts etc WM F JEFFRIES Tocal Agent Columbia Jrt PATTERSON HOTEL v J7 7vtesT03MN KY INo otter piic be found than- above named Its new Qlq t furD1shedand his at all time plied with fte the marketaffo Feed Stable JI X aemtioirlJ 1TtRS her t t Farm Notes Buckwheat Is grown on sandy soils as a green manurIal crop It Is an ad vantage to apply lime this fall on the land that has buckwheat turned under Many farmers ship produce to m- arFket at certain seasons and bur articles that could be dispensed with by using those grown on the farm In such I cases they pay transportation two ways d which lessens the profits Rotation of crops not only enables the farmer to get the best results but largely aids in prcAcnting diseases of plants Rotation which Includes clo ver distributes the plant foods to ad vantage and prevents loss of any par ticular element required by plants When land has been heavily manured and does not give satisfactory crops the 1 cause may be that the land requires tie drainage being too wet owing to the fact that the lower water cannot flow away Drainage In such cases willI effect wonderful improvement The flavor of milk is not always duei to the food On hundreds of farmsI there Is an utter lack of cleanliness in the handling of milk although it is well known that sickness and death are caused by the germs which enter Into milk through lack of cleanliness in t milking and carelessness in other t details jPJowln in the fall may be beneficial or not according to the texture of the soil Light soils will lose fertility if left bare during the winter The late weeds that cover the soil sometimes c protect against leaching but no weed should be allowed to mature Rye is a t cover crop and grown on i- p nnearly all soils a suggestions have been made in JMany to spraying but the use of eerosena should be done carefully Kerosene emulsion is recommended for purposes but there are strong End mild emulsions according to the pro portion of water used Pure kerosene even in small quantities will quickly destroy peach trees Plants must bane food and water the sirae as animals The fine whiteroots are the feeding mouths while the leaves take carbon from the atmos rapidrgrowth when well supplied wUh a vari oty of food and as they convert food r oJinto salable product they should be well fedor they will fail to give sadis factory results The shrinkage of corn varies accord ing to the condition of the grain when i put into the crib Cases have been known in which corn lost 20 per cent from shrinkage the corn being damp From 8 to 12 per cent is the average the shrinking dependingupon so many circumstances as to make an exact esti mate very difficult but the rule is to f allow 10 per cent Straw is valuable on the farm not only because it can be used for food but also because it can be made to as sist in retaining warmth in the stalls in winter If cut in a feed cutter and L used for bedding it will prevent draughts of air along the floors and it l can then be swept out with a broom and mixed with the manure being a inuchbetter absorbent than if used farmer reduces the value of his own labor by keeping inferior stock or failing to secure large yields of crops as the higher the prices and the great er the production the better the muneration for the labor bestowed There are periods when the farmer cannot perform work in the fields fo which reason he should aim to get his sops under shelter as soon as possible in order to do some kinds of work which can be performed inside the barniThe garden plot may be changed every two or three years in order to Jjfevent diseases of plants The plot for the garden should be selected at this season of the year plowed and a liberal application of manure made which should be harrowed in Sow rye to cover the ground and plow it under early Inspiiop using a small quantity of lime or epply wood ashes Have the plot so arranged as to cultivate in long rows in order to save labor Th taU is the time to make the garden plot who keep late pullets with the expectation that they will begin to lay in winter will bedlsappolntcd asa rule Such pullets seldom begin to lay until the warm weather of the spring season begins Birds do not lay In winter in their natural state and the barnyard Jowls are no exception as they must receive assistance in the way of food and shelter Domestication makes changes In the characteristics birds and the only way to secure eggsln win tens to have the fowls under summer 7conditions If possible Early pullets ibouldlay is winter but late Collets So not fully Mature before spring r 1 No National Bank Now President Roosevelt did a very grace fuland appropriate thing when he appointed Mr Ridgely of Illinois comptroller of the treasury in accordance with the desire of the late president While the gentleman doubtless owes his appointment to the influence of his fatberlnlaw rather than to any ability ot his own He will doubtless fill the position satisfactorily to his party However In his ambition to reestablish the longsince discredited national bank he can hardly hope to receive couragement from his own party associates During the first half century of the republic the national bank question was debated at intervals and invaria bly the Democratic party opposed the bank on the ground that it gave too much power to the money interest Wben Andrew Jackson soon after his first inauguration called the attention of congress to the fact that the nation al bank charter would soon expire be signalized the beginning jof the most contested political battle in American history The plutocratic element im mediately enlisted the cooperation or the whig party which was under the leadership of Clay and Webster It re alized that a fight was inevitable and lung before the expiration of the charter it began a campaign through the press to poison the people against the administration Jackson was plac ed ata great disadvantage during the early stages of the fight because of the mediocrity of the Democratic leaders in congress rhos H Benton conduct ed the fight against the bank and was a host within himself but had practi cally no support During Jacksons first administration the question was thoroughly canvassed by the people and in his campaign for reelection the national bank became the paramount issue The bank resorted to coercion intimidation falsehood every scheme known to political rascalitybut failed to overcome the popularity Jackson During the second term the fight was continued with increased fury and re sulted in the downfall of the bank The administration of Martin Van Buren is chiefly for just one thing the establishment of the subtreasury Van Buren wentinto the White House filth the reputation of being a subtle politician He soon proved himself to be a brainy courageous and patriotic statesman It is conceded by all polit ical scientists and historians that the establishment the subtreasury was ole of the masterful strokes of statesmanship in American history Atfirst Van Buren practically stood alone in his advocacy of the measure Gradu ually he secured the cooperation of the Democracy Upon the expiration of bis term he was accorded a renomi na tion The logic of events should have made the subtreasury the paramount issue of the campaign of 1R40 The wbigs however were unwilling to conduct a campaign of reason They re fused to discuss issues Clay struck the Whig keynote when he said This is no time for argument With log cabins and hard cider with sound and fury signifying nothing the Whigs swept everything before them andVan Buren paid the penalty of his greatness When the Whigs went into power they repealed the subtreasury bill but four years later it was again and no administration has yet dared again repeal the measure The nation al bank has been weighed in the bal ance and found wanting The tact that Rid e1ys grandfather was an officer in the bank that was exposed and destroy appearr as a sufficient cause for its reestab lishment now The new omptroller would better look to the future and let the past alone Indianapolis Sentinel A night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham ot Macbias Me when the doctors said she would die from Pneumonia be fore morning writes Mrs S H Lin coln who attended her that fearful night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved her life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Further use entirely cured ies guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and SlOft Trial bottles free a T E Paulls drug store All who are indebted to Jones Grissom for blacksmlthing will plea sb come and settle 0 C JONES Purify the Blood By taking the old reliable Botanic Blood Balm B B B cures ulcers scrofula eczema pimples itching skin aching bones bolls carbuncle Ifyou are all run down take B B B It will give life vigor and strength to the blood B B B makes the blood pure and rich Druggists 81 Trial treatment free bo writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga a IN MEMORY Of Mrs Ann B Turk who died near Columbia Ky September 20 1901 A useful well spent life has end ed Her Master came and called to take her to the celestial home there to receive the reward of life and evermore be with Jesus She Brae ready and waiting to respond to the call and did not desire to stay longer in this changeful wicked world Jesua was with her to the last She fell asleep ii Him to be safely carried across the river of death to be awaken iu the New Jerusalem where no tears Horrow nor clouds mar the perfect day We are all pilgrims and strangers here Life is but a day When evening comes we must all give up People are disposed to fear death but it is rather far life for death is just according to the way we Hove Dear grandmother did not feir this grim monster because she had lived such a life with Christ and death was no terror to her He never leaves His own How beautiful to be prepared to fullyi realize that Jesus is with you She had anxieties and trials through life but the hand that is always held out to those who trust sustained her through all She labored and was heavy laden but the Master said Come unto me and Ill give you rest The stiug of death is severe but must be en dured for the sake of the Master Rest on dear mother we would not call you back God has taken you and He doeth all things well May we be still nearer to your God and ours until we are called to meet in your glory land Her granddaughter LILLIAN VAN CLEAVE Louisville Ky- 3loney for Ships Senator Hanna has by no means given up his efforts to make the United States treasury pay half freight on protected goods sent abroad Having destroyed mutu al interchange of goods with for eign countries ships are forced to go one way empty so that the out going cargo has to bear the entire cost of both trips Through a proposed ship subsi dy it is proposed to accomplish this result The plea is set forth that to revive American shipping the government should become an unprofitable partner As a mat ter of fact after having taxed the people through a prohibitive tar iff law it is now proposed to tax them for the maintenance of the ships as well In this way the av erage American will be in a worse condition than the German with the soldier on his back For this purpose Senators Hanna Fry and others have just held a conference to agree upon a new bill this time to be so drawn as to have a more general effect in appearance but in reality so fixed that the big ship trust will gain all the advantage Mr Eugene T Chamberlain who has been on all sides of the subsidy question as againtoan having on a previous occasion de monstrated that the French sub sidy scheme of nine years was a failure he is now satisfied that it would be a success as applied to willrbe seen that the contest will be re sumed in the next Congress with the vigilance always displayed by men who see something in sight for themselves The Constitution has always been an advocate of liberal mail appropriations toward railroads If the same principle could be applied to the sea encouraging ship lines from every port having the enterprise to fit them out there would be no reason why the gov ernment should not give to them the benefit of mail transportation as is done in the case of railways There are a great many people who favor such a plan aa tbis who will not agree that the government should be held liable for the losses of private ship lines The whole scheme of ship subsidy is wrong and is intended to benefit the individual at the ex pense ofthe community Tear down the prohibitive barriers of the Dingley law and there will be cargoes both ways thus giving the most effective help to shipping Atlanta Constitution Persons who have promised to heel inaleloadsin length rY It Happened in a Drug Store J QnILcaYJstwinteraladY came to my drug store asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have in stock says Mr C R Grandin the popular druggist of Ontario N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what congh preparation I could reccommend I said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remed and after giving it a fair trial if she did nyt find It worth the money 1B bring bark the bottle and I would refund the price paid In the course of a day or two the lady came back Jn company with a friend in need of a cough medicIne and advised her to hay a bottle of Cham berlains Coinh llemedy I consider that a very good recommendation for the remedy The remedy owes its great popularity and extensive sale In a large measure to the personal recommendations of people tio have been cured hV Its WK It is fur sale by M Craven UVaehers Association Progtd of Teachers Association to be held In Magisterial district No 1 Kuitley October 26 Devotional exercises Music by Knifley class Welcome address R A Hoviou Response R E Montgomery Object of teachers association and the benefit derived therefrom W D value of education C E Willis Define the study of civil government methods of teaching which should be taught first national or state constitution E G Hardwick Miss Lucy Coffey Effects of alcohol tobacco and other narcotis on the blood and nervous system C M Murrell Desired end in teaching J W Flow ersSelect reading Miss Mary Holladay How best teach interest and percentage Plato Wade How teach reading to beginners Mrs S L Williams Should music be taught in the pub lic schools Miss Sue Baker Recitation Miss Docia Wade How ventilate a school room and the Importance of teaching physical cul ture in the common schools Dr L C teachers spirit Jas Judd Recitation Miss Birdie Farris Is the knowledge of grammar necessary to the correct use of language V Miss Estelle Willis Education of the common school teacher C A Coffey The correct training of tbe child the problem of the present S L Coffey Recitation Miss Carrie Harmon What Is successful teaching Forest Bradshaw Resolved that there should be an an educational qualification fo suffrage Affirmative CE Willis Plato Wade John Flowers Negative W D Jones EG Hardwick S L Cof feyMusic ESTELLE WILLIS Sec Assaulting McKinley The pertinacity with which certain pulpit utterances have bee fulminated against the late Presi dent is marked by the fact that they are all above the sectional line As a rule southern clergy men have spoken soberly and wise ly The other day a Boston audienc- listened to a bitter harangue against the personal career of Mr MoKinley from Rev Charles W Duane rector of Christs Episcopal church in that city He re vived the story of the Presidents personal obligations to Mark Han na and referring to the property left by him assorted that it was gained through questionable meth ode In other words that the late President used his office with whioh to amass wealth It is somewhat doubtful if such an attack as this is justifiableeven- in the heat of an active political campaign and should be denounc ed by all right thinking men Unknown persons blewuva house at Henderson with dyna mite The occupants a negro mail and his wife had a miracu loss escape from death The Court of Appeals has decided that there is no law in this State by which both mortgaged proper tyaud tJ8 bonds issued thereon cftulb taxed fr- rl f Get Your Moneys Worth It is hard to appreciate the full val ue of Morleys Wonderful Eight until you have used it in a score of the emer gencles that come in every household Dr T E Barnhart of Claiborne Parish La says Permit me to say I have tried Morleys Wonderful Eight and found It a good medicine in Pleu clay and Pneumonia Roohlng equals it in relieving pain Price 25 cents Ask your druggist The municipal council of St Petersburg is to send an electrical expert to the United States in or der that he may study the tele phone system of this country with a view of reorganizing the one iu use in St Petersburg Eat What You Like When you take Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsia indigestion beareaburn foul breath dizziness and the long train of similar troubles will disappear and your cleansed and awakened system will demand food Sound digestion and sound ap pett e go together and both follow the use of this time tried remedy Ask your druggist The number of Hindoos killed by snake bite in India in 1899 was greater than Englands total loss es through the Boer war The of ficial statistics just issued show 24196 deaths from snake bites The total number of deaths in In dia from wild animals that year was 27585 Stung By a Centipede Mrs Thos Saunders Bluff ton Tex was stung by a centipede A doctor was sent for but before he arrived some sensible friend wet a piece of brown paper witb Morleys Wonderful Eightand apdlied it to the wound The doctor said his services were not need for the poison was neutralized or killed by the Wonderful Eight Mrs S did not suffer from the wound Sold by agent in every town In the chief room of every Jap anese house there is a slightly raised dais which is arranged jo that it can be shut off from the rest of the room This is the place for the Emperor to sit should he ever visit that home For sprains swellings and lamenee- there is nothing so good as Chamber lains Pain Balm Try it For sale by M Cravens If you want to invest some money In the Columbia Oil Co call on or write Wm F Jeffries or any member of toe company in this town To tell good eggs put them in water if the butt ends turn up they are not fresh This is said to be a certain test Working Night and 1 y The buslost and mightiest lIttle thing that ever was made isDr Kings New Life Pills These pills change inrto energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful In building u P the health Only 25c per box Sol by T E Paull- Company C Ninth infantry has been almost wiped out by in surgents on the Island of Samar Fortyeight were killed aud th official report says that of the escapned all were wounded When you cannot sleep for coughing It is hardly necessary that anyone should tell you that you need a fc doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat goodeThe monthly balance sheet of the State Auditor and Treasurer shows a balance on hand in the State Treasury at the close of business on September of 288 216 75- The monthly report of the Department of Agriaultuie shows the average condition of cotton on October 1 to have been 616 as compared with a tenyear average on that date of 708 The State Board of valuation and assessment has placed the val nation of whiskyiu bond in Ken tucky at 10 a barrel an increase of 2 over last year At the second days session o the Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Church South iu Shel byville severs young men were ad mitted to the ministry The miuern Ill the vioiiiity of the Empire mines in Christi u county are said to he arming and moretrouble is feared Quiet pre Vitili in Hppkius couhty f t7 SawMillfor Sale Ont 20 piwir Can be seen runulnir In Urn county This is a new utitsI sill rhui For particu lars addrt s the Gait burg Lumber Co Griciisburg Ky BRUNERCOIWHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge uo commission on Butter pour try and Egg Mil guarantee highest market prices J71 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY LOW RATESTO NEMYORK And Return July 1st to Oct 20tt1901 VIA BiD Four 9f Tickets will be good for return trip ten days from date of sale Passengers may go via one route and return via another All tickets reading via Big Four Route to Cleveland and L S S M S Ry between Cleveland and Buffalo in either direction will be accepted for passage on the Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Companys Steamers between Cleveland and Buffalo Stop overs will be allowed at Buffalo in either direction by depositing tick et with the joint Agent immediately on arrival and payment of 100 at time of deposit Stopover will be allowed at Brocton on return trip only for Chautauqua Lake on notice to conductors and de posit ot ticket with Depot Ticket Agent immediately on arrival Authorized stopovers will be allow ed at Niagara Falls Washington Bal timore and Philadelphia on tickets reading via those points For full information and particulars as to schedules rates tickets call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned W J LYNCH Gen P Tkt Agt IT W CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky Nwly Furnished P IPer tic osfers3Cotef MEALS 25c VILLEKYsNIC BOSLER rigs WoMANs RELIEf A really healthy woman has lit tie pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wine of 3Cardul will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back and ofiwomb and irregular menses WlNEOfCARDUI has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered 0Query month It makes the men strual organs strong and healthy Itis the provision made by Nature to give women relief from the terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes 1t1900Ihavobeen tvIwas taken with a severe pain in my untilItriednbottloofwinootcardul I had taken nil of it I was relieved I foal U my duty to that you hays a wondorini medicine- Dias A Toner Foradrtceudlltentmeaddreelving mIIP OIUaZIOopT LIVE STOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 4 755 00 Lightshlpping 4 254 65 OO4fOIFair to good butchers 3 253 50 Commontomediumbtchr 2 503 00 Hoes Choice packing and butch 7f00 Fair to good packing 160 to 200fi s 700 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbsJ 6 60 SHEET AND LAKB8 Rood to extra shipping Sheep r 3 G03 75 Fair to good 2 6Q8 75 Common to BiftdlUBft 2 60 06 JONES COLUMBIA KENTUCna THE above styled firm are Blacksmiths and Woodworkers- and are prepared to do any kind ofwork needed in this section JEThis shop the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a call when in need ofwork in their lines lyr COMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors openednnd andseesTheproprietorsguests Good eample rooms and the betiding Firstclarsliverytestonable Wilmore Hotel W M WDDMOKE Prop Gradyville Kentucky HERE is no better place to stop than at the abovcd named hotel Itable Kistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any tur class work done at fair prices GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of stock- S D ORENSHAW mile tram Columbia on Disappointment GORDON MONTGOMERY t YID 1im a rfY COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties Collections a specialty S 0fflce up stairs over Paulls drug store IMJJOS SiBLE 0To have your watch repaired any better or find a more complete stock of Watches Jewelry Silverware Gold Pens Etc than at LEN HUBER 712 W Market St Louisville KentuckyWe postage on orders one way THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE f DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes New Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLEa KY LebanonSteam Laundry LEBANON KY 0ifl THOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper ienced workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON GO Pro REED MILER Agents Columbia Kentucky Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marram Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD 11PATENTKan gyo a mventorlm e alee COPYRIOHTorDE18NPaSIECTION far free advke ti TOOK IN PATENTS iWlte feeegbAtt OAMOWA oattNU WAIuNTOH A i hr PERSONAL MENTION Mr J B Barlv i LII1Jt v5Uo yesterday Mr G P Smythe was in Jamestown laJt Friday Mr Tom Flowers Gradyvillo Is In Louisville this weekSMr Ed Miller traveling salesman washere last Frjday caMrsvisiting in Lebanon Mrs AB Gowd7 Campbelisvllle is visiting Columbia J A Young and W P Fausettspen- last t Sunday at Fair Play Mr Robt Molt of Carthage Mo is visiting relatives In Adair county Mr Fred M Scheidler the piano tuner has been In town several days Messrs J N Coffey and J D Hughes are In the Louisville market this week lutonpaidRev J P Van Hoy who is on the Glensfork work was In Columbia Mon day ChEldAmanda Wallace this place Is visit- Ing in ColumbiajMr E L Feese and wife and Mr J H Pelley Pellyton weie In Columbia last Saturday Miss Fannie Smythe who Is teach fug at Jamestown spent last Saturday L and Sunday at home Mr Jas Holladay who has bee afflicted with boils for several months Is rapidly reco erlng Prof M B W Granger attended Presbytery at Greensburg and wasI Secretary of the meeting Mr T 0 Davidson Is In Georgetown having been summoned as a wltnesbefor the defense In the Powers titber returned to Monticello last week Mr Lewis Triplett who has been visiting in Campbellsville for the pas six weeks returned home lastTuesday Mr E M Cheek wife and daughter Miss Mcnifce were visiting relatives and friends in Columbia last Saturday and Sunday Dr J A Dixon wife and daughter A Miss Nora are visiting relatives in Con lumbia stopping at the residence of Mr W L Walker Mr Jesse Ewing an attorney of Burksvllle was here last week taking depositions He was accompanied by Mr Sam Young Mr PC McCaffree Is representing 1thisgiresentaveI hifordlie Rep Maicum had a delightful e and hickorynut hunt a few days agoI whRevmeatlogof the Synod at Labanon las week He also was present at the meeting of Presbytery at Greensburg Rev Jesse L Murrell wife and lit disweekofwishes of the of JRevare In Louisville thfs week the former representing Columbia Chapter So 7 R A M and the latter Columbia Lodge No 96 F A M be tMr WG Cundiff and wife left forf Texas yesterday morning Mr Younhthe Lone Star State in Rev R Y Thomas of Marlont Ky an uncle of Mrs W R GrIssom this nbeenchurch for firtyfive years Rev S G Shelley the new Presiding Elder of this district reached Colum 1blalast week His wife and family of expected In the next few days MrinSbelley will occupy the district sonageIMr P S Rosenbaum and wife of Carroll county Mo reached Aflalr county last Wednesday Mr Rosen of baum left the Glensfork country nine years agoand has lived at several dif ferent points in the west leftAdatdq r years ago lbeenliving In Iowa all this time is on a visit He is a brother of Mrs Perry Hancock Mrs W E Han cock and Mrs Fanny Pierce his Judge J R Sampson Middlesboro ttreached Columbia lastThursday Upa Ithisgrandmother Mrs Mary Cravens for the past eight monthsgiMr N S Mercer and daughter Miss to Nellie who have been visiting in Ter rill and otber countles in Texas return be ed home last Saturday Mr Mercer i well pleased with Texas says It is the finest country upon earth Crops this year however are short There was t but little wheat np oats corn very h scarce and cotton short Notwitb snandingall this there Is plenty to live 00 upon and goods are cheaper in Texas than they are in Kentucky ntltom LOCAL JOTTINGS n The fertilizers that have stood the test for years that are wheat grass growers and the b st for lb building up of land are the Homer hraytxls eg i WFdXFFJlui Cotefcbia Ky oata s rt j Two weeks from npxt Tuesday until the election Teachers Association Gradyvllle next Saturday New pupils are entering the M S F High School weekly The new residence atM S F flip chool has been closed in Chapman Dohoney sold a cow and lf last Monday to R H Gofer t 82500 A large majority of the teachers of the county came in last Saturday to draw their pay Rev R YThomas of Marion will preach at the Methodist church this Wednesday night The trial ofEd Lodgen the King of mdobshlners will come up In the Federal court Louisville next week Farmers are a little slow about sow g wheat fearing the Hessian fl hey are waiting for a killing frost We understand that a series of meet- Ings will commence at the Christian urch this city early in next month The Bear Head Brand Fertilizers m 90c to 20 per hundred at R WI Hurts Gadburry Kyt or Columbia Ky Wednesday November the 6tb will be Arbor Day and many towns in the State are making preparations to celebrate it by planting trees etc nWTAn energetic young man to act as my agent for the Singer Man ufacturicg Co Salary 82500 per month Address G R Holt Leba Ky Mr W L Walker ishavingbis resi greatly improved The ell has en raised another storyandaVeran da is being built around the main building Eld Z T Williams held a series o meetings at Hiseville last week Th Cittand three members were added to theI cburchtThe figures in our market report as to hogs are incorrect this week Hogs dropped after the table was published local in this issue will give you th- arket pricesaNeal Ewing a colored man who overseeing Mr R F Paulls far died last Wednesday night He was honest in his dealings and respected the white people in the neighborhood Jamestowgn e ews will be upon the public square ving every body who has business th this office an to see himJpizcrsonat you need They will make you quatr e best Mr J C Muncie of Edmonton for anmerlytrict and at present the nominee Metcalfe and Monroe counties t Legislature was critically ill atwith home last weekIIQuarterly meeting will be held atMr Cane Valley Saturday and Sunday- S G Shelley the Presiding Elder will present and do the preaching Th- urth Saturday and Sunday quarterly meeting will be held Breeding Mr M E Tarter who Is wellknown Adair is an independant candidate for County Attorney of Casey HeI claims that he was petitioned to make the race by seven hundred voters P Taylor defeated him for the nom tion in the primary Garnett Beauchamp a nine year old son of Mr and Mrs John Beauchamp Edmonton died last week He was victim oLcroup and his father was c Louisville when the end came He a bright little boy and his death a sad blow to his parentsM Invitations are but to the marriage Mr Robt H Bumgarner to Miss Lula Thomas which will occur at the borne of the bride Sunday the 25th st The couple reside in the Cane alley country and are quite popular peoplesEpp Lile and Ernest Wooldridge two boys of Green county quarreled over a base ball mask Lila went to home procured a shotgun and re rnlng fired at Wooldridge tearing ay one side of his face and destroy one eye Lle is In Jail Presbytery at Greensburg voted to ve an additional five hundred dollarsv the M FHIgh School this placfThe action of Presbytery will ratified by the Board of Aid Prof to Granger thinks the Board will cue the amount but will give 250 or 300 Miss Alice Mud of Greensburg a young lady wellknown to many rest dents of Columbia has brought a 20 at 0 suit against Joseph and James Cantrlll for killing her father Win Mudd The shooting occurred yon Is streets of Greensburg about three months ago We learn from Mr George Ssults that the stout business is as lively as It grelastly as possible and have HipPed rninythouialidOtItoe Wie county T r eeeUjr They kiiv ytttaKrMttd alof JttaWr and ir buying aM ueWsf Iq rua tati i Approaching Nuptials It Is no longer n secret and bellev Ing that the contracting parties are not averse to the luronnatloii gulag to their numerous friendsoutof town and those who are livlug in neighboring cities we take pleasure in announcing Youngh a ss Julia Smith an accomplished and de SmltWhoorThe ceremony will take place at the Presbyterian church this city Tuesday October 29 1901 at the noon hour and the rites will be solemnized by Rev T F Walton pastor of the tended bride The followingyoung gentlemen have been selected as ushers Curt McGee Sellle Young Henry Kemp Frank Hill Jo Coffey Jr and John N Murrell Jr The intended groom is a native Cumberland county but has been business at Columbia several years and is a member of the firm Kemp manyexcellent habits and has so himself in our midst as to merit t esteem and friendship of the whole communityThe to be is a young lady culture and her pleasing disposition enables her to count every body in th the community her personal friend In advance of the happy event th isby paper extends its best wishes to the young couple trusting that they may live long and happy lives Andrew Jackson Odle was tried bigamy at the recent term of roe circuit court and given three yea in the penitentiary His two one he married in Monroe county t other in Clay county Tenn and theJ preachers who performed the ceremonies were all present at the trial sea ed upon the same bench together wit the children of the women and off springs of the man on trial Odle is only twenty four years old and when Judge Jones passed sentence upon him flfz u chiYIn front of you However It you behave yourself while at Frankfort you will get two months off each year and in two and a halt years you can return and resume your industrious caen or you a middle aged man htgA1who has been doing a mercantile bus thidrd a er for several years Fifteen years ago his eyesight began to fall gratually growing worse and for some time he has been totally blind and a victim of continuous pain in one of the lost eyes son Mr Jas S Dunbar who is a wholesale merchant at Nashville has his father to have the eye and last Friday night bewas reached Columbia in company with Drs West and Cullum two noted physicians who went to Russell county Saturday morning for the purpose of performing the operation Drs West d Cullum are residents of Nashville The former was a confederate soldier orunder Gen Jno H Morgan and was his command at the fight here also at the Green River Bridge Matthew Sullivan a very poor man with a large family has been sore ly afflicted for several weeks Three Uewith flux the youngest one dying last week On account of this sickness Mr Sullivan has been unable to leave his home consequently it became access ary for his friends to aid him in secureI g family necessities Therefore Rev W B Cave passed a paper around Monday morning and every body who could give contributed willingly Mr is Sullivan is a man iu very straighter ed circumstances bit he is honest and while he regrets that hi present con dltion forces him to accept tbe aid of his neighbors he most heartily appre ates their kindness Judge Jones and Commonwealths Henry Aaron returned troth onroe county lastSaturday afternoon n They reporta very dull courbat Tomp kinsville No important Common wealth cases tried and but few civil bolts adjusted On their return they stopped at Edmonton and called to see Hon J C Muncie who has been quite sick for several weeks They report htm in a very critical condition From what they learned from hlmbe is fear fully afflicted with complicated dls eases They advised him that It it was so he could travel to go to Lout ville and place himself in a sanitarium and under the treatment of scientific physicians vMisslived in the Carmel neighborhood last Saturday She wag a victim consumption and had been confined her room for quite awhile She was member of the Methodist church and a3highly respected for her Christian piety The funeral services were con ducted by Rev W P Gordon Sunday afternoon and the intermeat was Camel church a Mrs Woosiey thelady preacher who conducting a serie of meetings at Union continues to draw large coegre gations Quite a number front town attended the servkes last S Bday aad ty were well pleased with the dteoours He it said that the buroii bg beHIeatly rJY d and wagjr new Bases in baw M d to thr msfflberafajp Strayed freta our Kiw OM book Aey lttfr i aitea will be rlM reoelpr- liliuftkrt j L Co slarablef t here yesterday morning Te election comes on the 5th of November Coffey Bros have bought ten horses in the last few days ranging in prici from 6500 to Sl35 They sold to Mackin Brown Lebanon two nice harness horses for 8300 They also sold A Hunn a saddlehorse for 8115 Hogs have been steadily on the de cline for the past week In the Louis ville and Cincinnati markets they have dropped from 730 to 615 Cattle re main about the same as last week 84 75 to SSOO for choice shipping light bhipplng 8450 tu 5465 An infant child of Mr Matthew Sullivan who lives on Mr J N Murrells farm died with flux one d a oflast week Two other children hay 1been down with the disease but they are improving Mr Sullivan is a fallstprathety a on a young mans coat she invariably tilts her chin up and looks at sideways and It the tel betterIprerun over the hearse The docket for the coming term of the Russell Circuit Court Is about up to the average Mr T R Morrison hfsbusorm ever ce neswlllIn afterhefor votes prbSaturday it being pay day We hadJ an opportunity of seeing the most of theta and a finer body of young could not be gotten together T young ladles are especially attractive Intelligent modest the young men so ber gallant and industrious Adair county is proud of her teachers Last Sunday we visited the city cemetery and found the grounds in excellent condition It has recently been cleared oft and all the head and foot stones that had fallen down are now replaced showing that the cItizens of Columbia have not forgotten their nha e bushes were in full bloom A difficulty occurred last Sundny afternoon near Mllltown between fred Bailey and Luther Curvy result ing inthe former gettlnghis throat cut from ear to ear A runner was imme dlately dispatched for Dr J J Booker who arrived upon the scene in time to save Baileys life It is not known here the cause of the trouble but the supposition is that old man Alcoh the prime mover Alcohollsllke the footadz dangerous to fool withM Dr West of Nashville Tenn and Dr J ire Grady of this place met at the Marcum Hotel last Sunday after supper and spent two or three hours very pleasantly talking over events the war They are both exConfeder ate soldiers and served under Gen Jno H Morgan They were not in the same regiment but many incidents mentioned were familiar to them both making their meeting exceedingly t pleasaltrDrs Cullum and West of Nashville e were very successful in removing an eye fur Mr Reuben Dunbar Russell IIlastColumbia on their return Sunday after noon They left their patient in fine spirits and resting easy Mr Dunbar 82 years old and has been a great suf ferer fer several years with his eyes He is now totally blind but his general health is good A farmer speaking of how much corn loses injuring says that it varies bosknown in which corn lost 20 per cen from shrinkage the grain being dam From 8 to 12 per cent in the average the shrinkage depending upon so man circumstances as to make an exact es tlntalevery difficult but the rule Js to allow 10 per cent From the above farmers CliO readily see that their corn should be perfectly dry when cribbed at The following is from the Elizabeth town News and we endorse every word out Dont deal with the travelln seller of goods ofany description Stick to your home merchant He contributes toward the upbuilding of your city he backs every public enter that will add to the value of your Never mind the honeyeelbitswords of city traffickers Their pri are no lower than home dealers andt quality of goods are Inferior to rho seOhasfound in home stores Don dual unknown a nd unreliable pendulu that swing betweenpofdts and stop at on none Dont be a chump People of Russell are living in anticipation of thecounty developing into great oil field A company JS now boring at or nerO ee1sboro and should oil be found wells will be PUt- down all over the county While bor ing has not commenced in Adair cooKthere is no less interest many vlog that oil can be found here ying quantities Oil na been found Adam at several different tiaoea in IEWlatruabenoouldbavebeH tbe drilliBg bad bane deeper TiM domftMy f thokilrlyall U roe 1itkle rrsatal Karr ice wltfleegiI liptrklMM to tthe wmlmg yiar 1 Notice to TaxPayers I or oneof my deputies will be at the following places on the days and dates named Knifley October 22 Glennville October 22 esRaley October 23eSparksvllle October 23 Pellyton October 21 Elroy October24 Gradyvllle October 25 McGaha at Frank Burtons store Oc tobrr25 Cane Valley October 28 Mllltown October 29 Keliucr October 30 Columbia office every day All taxes due me from 1898 up to and Including the present year must be paid at once To save cost be sure and heed this notice J W HURT Sheriff yThere are various ways of courting girls and some young men have tried them all never at any time reaching the suburbs of the girls affections A married gentleman one who tried all known plans to ingratiate into good graces says the most effectual way is this If you love a girl occasionally give her a rest do not see her too often but when you do see her take up time ly topics and discuss them Give her to understand in a sensible way that she is the one altogether lovely to you and never leave her when the conver sation is on the drag Get herperfect ly interested in what you are saying then bid her good night She will be sure to want to see you when you ca again Columbia is fast spreading out and it is very evident new streets will have to be opened There are a number of lots that could be readily sold were they accessible For years nearly all the building has been upon the four incipal streets but the lots along avenues have all been taken and residences are now going up on the back streets Several of these avenues uponhewider and there are a few that could be extended in width if property holders would sell off strips to to the town The town is growing and something will have to be done There will be preaching next Sunday it the following places T F Walton Ebineezer W S Dudgeon Pike schoolhouse Z T Williams Creelsboro W H C Sandidge Union F C Shearer Mt Pleasant J F Roach Prices creek T Huffaker Pleasant Hill W P Gordon Cane Valley T L Hulse Elroy W B Cave this city JAMESTOWN WE Falkenburg left last Wednesday for Burnside W O Pile and family of Columbia visited relatives in town last week Mrs J W Warren and two children left last Sunday for Odessa Tex to visit her daughter Mrs Geo Hogg whoeary Baugh left for Chicago last Tuesday Mr and Mrs W L Dowell visited friends In Somerset last week Miss Fannie Smythe visited herpar SaturdayrMr E S Falkenburg has has been visiting relatives in Ohio for the past five weeks has returned home Miss Lizzie Beck who has been visi her cousin Miss Olga Gamin has to her home at McKInney Mrs Mollie Ramsey of Bart visited Mrs W S Knight last week Mr Alfred Armstrong who isattend g school here visited his parents at Friday and Saturday Mrs A P Simpson and Mrs Ellen Jones visited friends and relatives atIMontpelier last week PELLYTONlRoss Wethington were here last week threshing wheat Mrs Fannie Roberts and children who have been visiting in this neigh rhood for the past month returned tottopNewTetseyyJas W Jon was in Campbellsvllle Friday on business John W Campbell and wife visited relatives at Elkhorn last week B F Rubertsand J H Pelley were the Russell Springs Wednesday Master Guy Feese of Columbia was weekgDr Kelsey of Elkhorn was here a few days ago All of the cases of typhoid fever are Improving except Joe Ellis and JaS F Pelly who are very low Mollie Fertlne of Little Rock IdheCampbell and wife wore visi Neatsvtllemsliev TJEllIs of Casey xounty will preach hero the second Sunday Rev Bowles will for us this year He preaches every third Saturday night and Sunday in each month Eat What You Xlke When you take Morleys Cordial for then dyspeI1Sial beaandigertlos heareaburn foul breath dizziness and tbe long train of similar troubles wilidleappear and your clean d and awakened system will demand od Soukd digeettea aai sound ap petHe go jtog tbraad both frttevrfe MoC ftbifc MaM triwi r 18k jrd TENNESSEERIDGE Democracy Is on the buom Ed Mitchum has left for Illinois Mr May was elected Scnool trustee in the Barnetts Creek district Ray Hurt reports that be has accept d a position with a Louisville grocery housePostmaster Beard has returned from Louisville much improved in healthI Revs Austin and Cooper two pioneer ministers were visiting In this section last waek Roy and Coy twin sons of Mr Jas Martin are improving They arc the finest pair Of twin Democratic boys In the county Barnetts Creek School will organize a literary society next Saturday night Messrs Conover and Miller were in this part of the country with a small search light last week Messrs J P Dohoney Srt candl date for County Judge arid S H Mitchell for jailer were in this nick of the woodsy few days ago looking after their interests We cant imagine what Sr after Mr Dohoneys name stands for unless it is searcher with a big S It it does it is very appropiate as he Is a great searcher for votes but hedont need a search warrant to find them Persons who have promised to haul us wood will please bring in a few loads We wantit cut eighteen inches in length s+ s THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i S100 Per Year t Sawmil for Sale One 20 horse power Can be seen running Green county This a N t partIcularsCo Greeosburtf Ky 0 1I0 D 6 j I 1Iever brought IlIneofJood and invite to call and before buying IYery RespttBradshaw Bradshaw 150 PER YEAR OONNNN NNNN THE COURIERJOURNAL i tS100 Per Yeari r IJIJ NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL l i Subscribe any fceep posted on tbe current t i bappenings of tbe cap She 1Rews office can6 Z o not be excelled tn neat job worft o 4 4 4 + + ++ + + 4 NNO mWoodson Lewis Bro Greerisbius Kentucky Have just received three car loads of Bug gies Carriages and Farm Wagons 100 Barrels 7 bushel Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer r- An Immense Stock Dry Goods Glpti ihi anrl General Merchandise that they are selling b low any compeditor IjTO THE FARMING ELEMENT i Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wh Drills Wagons Harness Sa dies Brie JField Seeds and Fertilizers sale A W F JEFFRIES S V Columbia Kentucky r G T BLACKLET FRANKLIN In is seer for COUNTY S Df Independent Tobacco W- BLAOKLEY Lt HURST CO Pi Auetion and Pxivate S s aiRETURNS PROMPTLY HADE 1119 tp 1125 West Main Street i jLlP iyaait HlH rirSR i MMic tNlt f r r